GALActica – Meet Todd Nelson

October 15, 2019

Hello everyone! Welcome back to our Galactica series. This will be the second of three blog posts where we introduce you to our guest speakers Christopher Sean and Todd Nelson, as well as our Master of Ceremonies, Craig Flowers. If you missed out first post about Christopher Sean, make sure you go and read it!  In today’s post we are introducing you to MSG (R) Todd Nelson! MSG(Retired) Todd Nelson joined the U.S. Army in the delayed entry program during his junior year of high school in 1990.  Over the next 20 years he served in many campaigns to include Operation Enduring Freedom in Bosnia, Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.  He served in 5 locations across the US, and multiple locations in Europe. In 2007, while serving in combat, MSG Nelson was injured by a suicide Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast during a convoy […]

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GALActica – Meet Christopher Sean

October 15, 2019

Hello everyone!  In case you haven’t heard, our event “Galactica” is fast approaching and we couldn’t be more excited. Over the next three blog posts, we are going to further introduce you to our guest speakers and our Master of Ceremonies.  Today’s post is dedicated to our first guest speaker Christopher Sean.  Christopher Sean was born in Washington State. The son of a career military man, he grew up in the Philippines, Japan, Mississippi, El Centro, CA and Oxnard, CA. His father retired as a senior chief in the Navy, met and married Christopher’s mother, who was a Japanese national. Because of his multi-ethnic background combined with his varied childhood, Christopher is fluent in English, Japanese and Spanish. Additionally, because he grew up in so many different locations, he has an understanding and appreciation of many cultures and locales.  After his father retired from the Navy, the family settled in […]

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GALActica Save-the-Date

August 14, 2019
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“I’m going back!”

August 7, 2019

We are honored to be one of Jenna Fischer’s chosen charities for her Dundie Tribute fundraising campaign. Find out which products are available for purchase at Proceeds from the sales will benefit Girls on the Run, Kids in Need of Defense, Adopt Together, and your very own Comfort Crew for Military Kids.

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From a Military Spouse

June 27, 2019

Dear Friends of Comfort Crew, I am a Navy Wife of 15 years, a mother to two amazingly resilient Navy kids, a Navy and Marine Granddaughter, an Army Daughter, and an Airforce Sister. Recently, I’ve been given the privilege of taking on the role of Command Family Ombudsman in Virginia Beach. Needless to say, our military and their families hold a very special place in my heart. In April 2017, my husband checked into his current command, gearing up to deploy for 7 months overseas. This would be my kids first experience with a deployment. Honestly, I think I was more terrified of the unknown for them than they were until a friend introduced me to her Comfort Crew “With You All the Way” Kit. As a family, the four of us sat down and watched the DVD together. It was at that moment I was able to feel confident […]

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Interview with Co-Founder Trevor Romain

April 27, 2019

Navy Veteran Eric Dehm sat down to interview Trevor Romain on his “Connecting Vets” Radio Show this past week. Hear how the Comfort Crew got its start and how we’ve supporting military kids and their families for the past 12 years.

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Interview with Co-Founder and Executive Director Ronda Englander

April 26, 2019

Veteran apartment locator and owner of Everything Austin Apartments, Chris Lloyd, is helping promote Month of the Military Child and Comfort Crew. Our co-founder, Ronda England, spoke with him about what we are doing and how you can help our mission and military children.  You can see that interview here.

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Remarks by Second Lady Karen Pence to Military Spouses

September 21, 2018

 “Isn’t he cute? His name is Cuzzie. But we also have, inside the box, a journal, a guide for families, postcards, suggestions for ways to stay connected while that family member is deployed. And it’s just a little something that we can do. Last week we had about 30 spouses of congressmen come to the Vice President’s Residence — bipartisan — and we assembled 500 of these boxes, and we brought them all with us here to Fort Carson. (Applause.) Those spouses packed each kit with care and respect for the sacrifices that military families make. And later today, it will be my honor to give these out to those children. I want to thank Comfort Crew for Military Kids for collaborating with us and helping us to make this happen. Ronda and Woody Englander, please stand so that we can recognize you. (Applause.) Ronda lost her dad in the […]

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